Jumping into the Olympic Weightlifting game? Then don't miss Olympic Weightlifting veteran Daniel Camargo's 101 article. A must read for anyone practicing the Snatch and Clean & Jerk!
The importance of the mental component of training is obvious. Pushing yourself past your mental barriers is not easy. Learning to overcome those barriers is crucial in the development of your training.
By Kacie Fisher I’ve been an athlete all my life, and started organized sports at the age of 3. I learned balance and coordination in Wee Ones Gymnastics, teamwork in soccer and tee ball, and the value of hard work and determination through competition. The most important strengths I gained as an athlete are mental ... Read more
Have you mastered 100 or so single jumps and are ready to tackle the Double-Under? Understanding the basics of Core to Extremity will help you achieve max rep efforts and unbroken sets. You’ll need to learn to use your large muscle groups for stability and support while using smaller muscle groups to jump and flick ... Read more
Developing into a good Olympic Weightlifting coach takes a lot of time and practice. Here, Olympic Weightlifting veteran Daniel Camargo gives us 5 tips to help us develop the 'coach's eye'.
Olympic Weightlifting is known for the two competition lifts at the Olympic Games: the Snatch and Clean & Jerk. However, when we consider those movements and all the assistance exercises, for the purpose of fitness and functional training, there are actually three movements to consider: the Snatch, Clean and the Jerk. Sure, people treat the ... Read more